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elstel.org

by Elmar Stellnberger

License (C-FSL v1.0) & SHA-512 Update

Category: techdoc,
Source: software,
Language: en,
Type:
new
.

We have created a completely new license called C-FSL v1.0 for you in order to achieve Open Source compliance and to give you a maximum of liberties and certainty of use. Almost all programs at elstel.org are now available under the new license: xchroot, confinedrv, bundsteg, [deb]checkroot, dbschemacmd, sftvdownload und vpngate-extract.

Our central SHA512SUMS.signed - list under software/ is also a novelty. It additionally allows you to verify your download with gpg (besides the possibility to make use of https + DANE).




GnuPG-Update [en]

Category: techdoc,
Source: info,
Language: en,
Type:
update
.

From now on you are supplied with a new secure public key stored on a smart card. If you wanna write us an encrypted message see for Contact / Impressum. The old 4096bit RSA key may still be used offline. You should also have look at our GnuPG manual as it has been revised and supplemented by a new section.




Ask Your EU-Parliamentarian about CETA!

Category: general,
Source: action,
Language: en,
Type:
update
.

At stop-ttip.org you may pose the MEP (Member of the European Parliament) from your country and of your party questions about CETA. The questions themselves are very informative and worth reading. CETA puts environmental, climate protection, consumer and employment rights at risk. The so called “regulative cooperation” lays down influence rights of lobbyists on politics. A “Joint Commitee” will be able to change the contract non-democratically by its own authority after it has come into force. We need to strive for making the EU-parliamentarians deny the “temporary application” of CETA!




Stop CETA from coming into force temporarily!

Category: general,
Source: action,
Language: en,
Type:
update
.

After Juncker, the president of the European Commission had to give in on putting CETA into effect without asking the parliaments of the member states the new strategy is to put the contract into force «temporarily». CETA could remain in effect for years until all parliaments would have decided on it. This could have lasting effects. Laws could be bended by the interest of big companies and the tax-payers could be deprived billions of Euro. CETA allows the widely opposed «arbitration courts» as TTIP does (ISDS)!

We must continue to fight for our civil rights even though the common fear for terror is currently raging in Europe.